I really did not know what to expect going into this film. To be honest, I was a bit sceptical. Like another reviewer on here, I was expecting another unoriginal 'time-looping movie'. However, this one was much more than that. At the heart of this film is the dialogue, the interaction and exchanges between the family members at the Christmas family gathering/dinner. The dialogue is funny, but I also found myself relating to the various family dynamics; I could immediately connect with the film, that is. It reminded me a little of other classic Christmas movies such as Christmas Vacation in this regard. One thing I liked about this film was that it shifted gears (emotionally speaking) later in the movie, touching upon serious issues such as marriage/relationship problems and cancer. Though this is also one of the shortcomings of the script, the writer doesn't develop these more serious storylines enough, I thought. That said, I went from laughing out loud to shedding a tear or two. The acting was strong, I thought. It took me about 20 minutes or so to get used to the dad (played by Leandro Hassum), but once I did, I thought he was brilliant. The supporting cast too had a good, strong performance. Again, at the heart of the humour in this one was the family dynamics, dialogue and interactions between the supporting cast. Overall, this is a very good comedy, a nice new edition to Netflix's 2020 Christmas season lineup/collection.